• Wall Street opens flat ahead of Yellen

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened flat on Friday as investors looked ahead to a speech by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and digested the latest flare of tensions between Ukraine and9:32 AM ET | Reuters

  • Dollar flatlines ahead of Yellen, Draghi at Jackson Hole

    LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar was steady on Friday after its strongest weekly run since March and world stocks were near all-time highs as markets waited for steers from the Federal Reserve and ECB4:41 AM ET | Reuters

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[BRIEFING.COM] As expected, equity indices began the session with slim losses. The S&P 500 is lower by 0.2% with eight sectors showing early weakness. The energy sector (-0.7%) has slumped out of the gate, while industrials (-0.3%) and financials (-0.2%) also display relative weakness.

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